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Irish FAQ: Glossary [10/10]
Section - 2) Irish Language

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	Irish		a Gaelic language, closely related to Scots Gaelic

	Gaeltacht	The areas where Irish is spoken as a first language

	Gaeilge		The Irish for Irish Gaelic

	RnaG		Raidio na Gaeltachta, Irish language radio station

	TnaG		Teilifís na Gaeilge, Irish language TV station

	Fáinne		Pin worn by fluent Irish speakers

	Currach		a small boat made of a frame covered with
			waterproof material (Irish spelling "curach")

	Curragh		flat, boggy area; _the_ Curragh is a plain in
			Co. Kildare, notable for its racecourse and
			the army barracks; also, an alternative spelling
			of Currach

	Ogham		ancient script arranged along an edge or (later)
			a line, usually carved onto wood or stone,
			mainly preserved on stone monuments


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Ivan Brookes
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Dec 21, 2011 @ 8:08 am
I'm looking for information regarding navigable waterways for a 44' fly bridge cruiser for corporate entertainment such as the big horse racing events. I've searched the internet and book stores here in Walws without success.

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Ivan Brookes

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